Scholar of the Month

Call for Nominees: ASLE Scholar of the Month

In May 2020, ASLE started a new “Scholar of the Month” feature at our website, which was modeled after the Society of Early Americanists’ program of the same name. The purpose is to highlight our members’ innovative research, teaching, community engagement, and other activities. Read about our past nominees and the questions we ask them in our Scholar of the Month feature on the website. We also post these profiles to ASLE Facebook and Twitter.

Now that the program has successfully launched, we would ...

Jason Hogue: November 2020 Scholar of the Month

Christy Tidwell

ASLE’s Scholar of the Month for November 2020 is Jason Hogue. 

Jason Hogue is a Lecturer at the University of Texas at Arlington, where he recently received his PhD in English literature. He has contributed entries to The Map of Early Modern London and has done transcription work for the Early Modern Recipes Online Collection. Most recently, he completed an essay titled “‘The Fare of Sanguinary Devils’: Feast and Storytelling in The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta,” in Food and Feast in Modern Outlaw Tales (Routledge, 2019).

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